Joy to the world!!!!
A Savior is born.
Ding dong, ding dong! Christmas bells are ringing.
Merry Christmas from me to you and all yours.
May the joy and warmth that Christmas brings be with you all.
May this Christmas bring peace and love like never before your way.
Eat, drink and make merry today.
CHRIST IS BORN!
What are you eating today? Rice, chicken/turkey, salad, soups etc. Please, invite me oh. I’ll gladly come over lol.
Till next time,
Hugs and ‘kilzes’
MERRY CHRISTMAS IN ADVANCE!
I’m not sure if it’s too late to ask this but…How did your weekend go? Great? That’s what’s up! Not great? It could have been worse. I had an amazing weekend, attended a wedding, my church had a Christmas concert and I attended another Christmas concert, a theatrical carol actually. It was amazing!
Guyssss, I’ve seen the finale of Skinny Girl In Transit season 4. Sigh. Love is sweet oh lol. Don’t allow anybody tell you otherwise (I should actually be telling myself that but anyways…). Please watch the finale if you haven’t.
Enough gist already…
2017 is on its way out. It was a good year, had a few life experiences that taught me deep lessons. However, I’m glad the year is ending well. 2018 is going to be a good year, I can tell. I feel it in my heart, soul, mind, spirit lol. Basically, I know it’s going to be an amazing year which is why I’m writing to it or better still, I’m writing to myself in 2018 (not sure if that makes any sense as well but you get my point, yeah?)
How’s your Monday going? So, I woke up this morning and in my head I’m like:
My day is going pretty well though but I can’t tell what it is about Mondays that most people dread, can you? Maybe, one reason is how fast the weekend goes (in a twinkle of an eye, fam lol)
Anyways, that’s not what my blog post is on. There’s a very interesting Nigerian TV show I’ve come to really love and enjoy. It’s called ‘Skinny girl in Transit’ by Ndani TV. It’s such a lovely story and very relatable too (for someone who isn’t a fan of series/seasonal shows). SGIT is in season 4 now and I can’t get enough of it.
Welcome to December! May you and all yours have joy at last this month. I’m so thankful to God for keeping us all alive and well to see the last month in 2017. What a year it has been. Whew!
Can you tell how excited I am for Christmas? Well, I am 🙂 . Read my last post on Christmas here.
I had an amazing weekend. I attended The Experience for the first time last Friday. For those who don’t already know, The Experience is an interdenominational (wow!such a long word lol) gospel music concert held in Lagos, Nigeria annually. It is organized by House on The Rock church. This year’s, which was its 12th edition was themed ‘Jesus Our King’ and had powerful ministrations from local and international gospel artistes such as Chioma Jesus, Don Moen, Frank Edwards, Tope Alabi, Tim Godfrey, Eben, Travis Greene, Sonnie Badu, Nathaniel Bassey, Pastor Donnie McClurkin, Chevelle Franklyn, Midnight Crew, Onos Ariyo, Beejay Sax, Micah Stampley.
As a first timer, I had high expectations and honestly, they were met. Even exceeded. Continue reading